C70a

C70a


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11 March 1980 BFPS 1681 London 1980 by Ship

C70b

C70b


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11 March 1980 BFPS 1681 London 1980 by Ship Flown from HQ British Force Postal Service Mill Hill to RN Dockyard Portsmouth in Whirlwind XP 328 of No 32 Sqn . Taken aboard HMS Tartar arrived Pool of London berthing alongside HMS Belfast Personally Signed by Lt Cdr W J A Gardner 1st Flt HMS Tartar.

C70c

C70c


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Special Signed.Capt.Theoharis Greek Defence & Air Attache.

C71a

C71a


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4 April 1980 BFPS 1687 London 1980 by Hovercraft. Flown in Whirlwind from Headquarters British Forces Post Office to RAF Museum Then taken by Postal Courier to Dover and flown Dover to Boulogne and return aboard British Rail Hovercraft Ltd Seaspeed Hovercraft

C71b

C71b


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London 1980 by Hovercraft Crew Signed Brimson & Horler

C71c

C71c


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4 April 1980 BFPS 1687 London 1980 by Hovercraft. Flown in Whirlwind from Headquarters British Forces Post Office to RAF Museum Then taken by Postal Courier to Dover and flown Dover to Boulogne and return aboard British Rail Hovercraft Ltd Seaspeed Hovercraft
Special Signed by Air Commodore Ivor Mackay AFC Head New Zealand Defence Staff London certified Copy No of 1000.

C72a

C72a


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London 1980 by Balloon

C72b

C72b


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London 1980 by Balloon Pilot Signed


C72c

C72c


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London 1980 by Hot Air Balloon Special Signed by General Innocents.Italian Defence Attache.

C73a

C73a


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18 Apr 1980 BFPS 1659 London 1980 by Parachute

C73b

C73b


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Signed by a member of Falcons Parachute team

C73c

C73c


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18 Apr 1980 BFPS 1659 postmark London 1980 by Parachute Flown from HQ British Forces Post Office in Gazelle on 32 Sqn RAF Northolt to the RAF Museum Then Flown in Hercules no 47 Sqn RAF Lyneham during a training excercise with the Falcons The RAF Parachute display Team covers dropped with the individaul member. London 1980 by Parachute Signed by 16 members of Falcons Display team.Certified Copy no of 990.

C74a

C74a


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London 1980 by Helicopter

C74b

C74b


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Pilot Signed

C74c

C74c


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London 1980 by Helicopter SpeciaI Signed Col Majchrzak Polish Milatary Attache

C75a

C75a


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7 May 1980 BFPS 7580 Special Concorde Postmark London 1980 by Concorde .Flown in Concorde.

C75c

C75c


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London 1980 by Concorde SpeciaI Signed Capt Vojtek USA Defence Attache.Flown in Concorde.

C76a

C76a


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25 1V 80 Dropping Food to Dutch People by Bomber Command. Flown in Avro Lancaster from RAF Coningsby on a practice for the display at RAF Woodford at which the Lancaster made Low Level runs in the same manner as 35 years ago when dropping Food supplies to the Dutch people in Rotterdam, THe Hague and Amsterdam Areas.

C76b

C76b


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25 1V 80 Dropping Food to Dutch People by Bomber Command. Flown in Avro Lancaster from RAF Coningsby on a practice for the display at RAF Woodford at which the Lancaster made Low Level runs in the same manner as 35 years ago when dropping Food supplies to the Dutch people in Rotterdam, THe Hague and Amsterdam Areas. Pilot signedby the Lancaster Pilot Captain Sqn Ldr K R Jackson

C76c

C76c


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Dropping Food to Dutch People Signed General Wijting
25 1V 80 Soestduk ( Netherlands ) CDS Commemorating The Dropping of Food to the Dutch People by Bomber Command.Cover depicts 15 Sqn Lancasters dropping supplies to the Dutch people near The Hague in 1945 and RAF badge. In April 1945 German Commanders in Holland declared publicly that they could not feed the Dutch people. Operation Manna was a life saving operation between the Allied and Axis Forces with the International Red Cross acting as intermediary . During the period 29 April to 5 May 1945 aircraft of the Bomber Command and the US 8th Air Force, the German guns remainedsilent and their fighter remained on the ground. Flown in Battle of Britain Lancaster from RAF Coningsby on a low level runs in the same manner as 35 years ago when dropping food supplies to the Dutch people in the Rotterdam, The Hague and Amsterdam areas. Personally Signed by General Wijting Royal Netherlands Air Forece Chief of the Netherland Defebnce Staff. Who flew Spitfires , Hurricanes and Mustang with the RAF in WW11 and took part in the attacks on the Gestapo HQ in Copenhagen and the Peenemundle Rocket and Millile base. Details & photo of Wijting enclosed. Certified Copy No 0365 of 1015 Signed Waters.

C76d

C76d


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25 1V 80 Dropping Food to Dutch People by Bomber Command. Flown in Avro Lancaster from RAF Coningsby on a practice for the display at RAF Woodford at which the Lancaster made Low Level runs in the same manner as 35 years ago when dropping Food supplies to the Dutch people in Rotterdam, THe Hague and Amsterdam Areas. Special signed By the late Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.Details and photo enclosed Certified Copy No 100 issued Signed Gp Capt W S O Randle WW11 Wellington Pilot.

C76d4

C76d4


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C76d4 £99.95 "Very Rare C76cd Dropping Food to Dutch People Signed Prince Bernard ,4 Resistance, 1 Pilot Personally Special signed General Wijting Royal Netherlands Air Forece Chief of the Netherland Defebnce Staff. Who flew Spitfires , Hurricanes and Mustang with the RAF in WW11 and took part in the attacks on the Gestapo HQ in Copenhagen and the Peenemundle Rocket and Millile base. additional Signed byMrs J Sprey - Uydenboudt Widow of Mr Uydenbought Lt Netherlands Royal Navy Airforce shot down and killed over the Hague 10th May 1940. Mrs Sprey worked 1940 - 45 in the Resistance especielly for Naval famiies lefted behind when they fought overseas,Mr H Sluis Netherlands Jew in hiding, arrested by Gestapo went through a number of concentration camps Auschwitz Mr W Tensey Former Resistance 1940 -45 nickname one of the three Musketeers,M Boernsa in Resistance 1940 -45 three years in hiding for occupers, Vice Chairman of the Hague branch of former Resistance . Actually Viewed the Food drop. no food for weeks only tulip bulbs and Sugarbeet.By the late Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.Details enclosed. Certified Copy no 0007 of 1015. Very few additional Signed by Prince Bernhard plus 4 . "

C76aS

C76aS


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Signed by M.G.Snowball F/Eng. 550 Sqn.in WW11.

C76aR

C76aR


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Dropping Food to Dutch People Signed W S O Randle WW11 Wellington Pilot Evader
25 1V 80 Soestduk ( Netherlands ) CDS Commemorating The Dropping of Food to the Dutch People by Bomber Command.Cover depicts 15 Sqn Lancasters dropping supplies to the Dutch people near The Hague in 1945 and RAF badge. In April 1945 German Commanders in Holland declared publicly that they could not feed the Dutch people. Operation Manna was a life saving operation between the Allied and Axis Forces with the International Red Cross acting as intermediary . During the period 29 April to 5 May 1945 aircraft of the Bomber Command and the US 8th Air Force, the German guns remainedsilent and their fighter remained on the ground. Flown in Battle of Britain Lancaster from RAF Coningsby on a low level runs in the same manner as 35 years ago when dropping food supplies to the Dutch people in the Rotterdam, The Hague and Amsterdam areas.
Personally Signed by Gp Capt W S O Randle WW11 Wellington Pilot Evader
May 1942, Bill was a sergeant pilot with No 150 Squadron, Bomber Command, based at Snaith in Yorkshire, and had already established something of a reputation as a survivor and escaper, having walked away from no fewer than 3 crashes in Vickers Wellingtons, the last of which began with a propeller falling off over East Anglia and ended with a devastating wheels-up landing, in dense fog, on the village green at Dittington, near Peterborough, In the course of his career Bill was eventually to survive no fewer than 8 Wellington crashes
on 16 September 1942, his Wellington was hit by a anti-aircraft shell at 23,000 feet over Zwolle, on the Dutch coast, while en route to Essen on his 27th operation of the war. Unaware that his aircraft was badly damaged, he flew into the Ruhr, where he dropped his 4,000lb blockbuster on the target and stayed with the bomber stream, only to be hit again while turning over Aachen. After about 20 minutes, Bill began to lose control and with the Wellington flying a large erratic circle even closer to the Ruhr barrage, Bill and his crew bailed out at 16,000 feet. All landed safely in Belgian countryside, though Bill sustained minor eye and hand injuries while bailing out.
made his way through France across the Pyrenees into Spain and reached Gibraltar.

Bill Randle returned to England a mere 2 months after being shot down. His navigator Sergeant 'Scottie' Brazill returned after 5 months, and bomb-aimer Sergeant Wally Dreschler came home a month later,
The MI9 rule that no one who used an escape route could return to operational flying applied to Bill Randle until after D-Day when the routes no longer had need to run to Switzerland and Spain. Soon after his return to England he was commissioned and then, after a short time lecturing on evasion and escape, he settled down to instructing on Wellingtons at the OTUs at Pershore, Stratford-on-Avon and Lossiemouth. He converted to Mosquitos in late 1944 and, still in Bomber Command, finished the War with No 692 Squadron at Gransden Lodge. He was awarded the DFM in January 1943, Mentioned in Dispatches and earned the AFC in 1944.Certified Copy 2 of 10


C77a

C77a


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21 July 1980 BFPS 1698 50th Anniv of RAF Dental Branch.

C77b

C77b


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50th Anniv of RAF Dental Branch.Pilot signed

C77c

C77c


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Flown Red Arrows 50th Anniv RAF Dental Branch Signed Lean 1 July 1980 BFPS 1698 50th Anniversary of the RAF Dental Branch. Cover depicts crashed Typhoon and RAF Mobile Dental Unit in the Western Desert in 1942 from a drawing by Gp Capt Karren and RAF Dental Branch badge. The RAF Dental Branch was formed on the 1st July 1930 with 27 Dental Officers and reached a peak of 909 Dental Officers during WW11. The Branch provides Dental Services throughout the World. Flown in University of Birmingham Air Squadron Bulldog T1 XX558 from RAF Cosford to RAF Halton by Sqn Ldr Mitchell then carried by road to the RAF Institute of Dental Health and training Halton. Reflown from RAF Kemble in a Red Arrows Hawk on a display over Lyme Regis on 20th July 1989 Team leader Sqn Ldr B.R.Hoskins RAF display time 20 Minutes Backstamped RAF Halton. Personally Signed by Air Vice Marshal D.A.R.Lean, Director of Dental Services ( RAF ) with Hampton Court 15p stamp. Orange Bulldog flight, red Red Arrows flight and black name cachets. Details and photograph of AVM Lean enclosed.Certified copy signed project officer.

C78a

C78a


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17 May 1980 BFPS 1657 40th Anniv Battle of Britain.Biggin Hill Air Fair Flown in The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight RAF Coningsby in Lancaster PA 474 during their Display at the Biggin Hill Air Fair.

C78b

C78b


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17 May 1980 BFPS 1657 40th Anniv Battle of Britain.Biggin Hill Air Fair. Crew signed

C78c

C78c


Price: 35.00

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17 May 1980 BFPS 1657 40th Anniv Battle of Britain.Biggin Hill Air Fair Flown in The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight RAF Coningsby in Lancaster PA 474 during their Display at the Biggin Hill Air Fair.
Special signed by Gp.Capt. Johnnie Kent 303 Sqn Battle of Britain & WWII Fighter Ace 12. Flight Commander of No 303 Sqn mainly Polish . Such was the success with which he managed to weld the Squadron into a top scoring unit. . Died in 1985. Black & White photo's enclosed with details. Certified copy No of 1000.
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C78c4

C78c4


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As C78c Special signed by Gp.Capt. Johnnie Kent 303 Sqn Battle of Britain, A D Forster Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot with 151 Sqn & 607 Squadrons. WW11 Fighter Ace with 6,John Keatings Air Gunner with 219 Sqn Battle of Britain,Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot.Avis Hearn awarded M M for Bravery during Battle of Britain whilst under stuka attack on poling radar station Aug 1940. Certified Copy No 0615 of 1000"

C78c5

C78c5


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As C78c Special signed by Gp.Capt. Johnnie Kent 303 Sqn Battle of Britain, also Signed
Air Vice Marshal H A C Bird Wilson 17 Sqn Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot .
Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot.
John Booth 600 & 23 Sqdn's Sqn Blenheim's Battle of Britain Air Gunner
Gp.Capt.M.B.D.Duke-Woolley Battle of Britain Fighter Pilot
Air Chief Marshal M C N Foxley Norris British Fighter Pilot with 3 Sqn during Battle of Britain.
Certified Copy No 0486 of 1000. Very Few additional Signed

C78c4b

C78c4b


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Special signed by Gp.Capt. Johnnie Kent 303 Sqn Battle of Britain, Plus 4 involved in Battle of Britain FIt.Lt.Ludwik A.Martel 603 Fighter Sqn 1940. John Keatings Air Gunner 219 Sqn, Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn pilot.Avis Hearn WAAFCertified Copy No 008 of 1000."

C78cJ

C78cJ


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As C78c but also Signed by Donald Jack 602 Sqn fighter pilot

C78aMA

C78aMA


Price: 29.95

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AS C78a But Signed by H W Mermagen 222 and 266 Sqn's Battle of Britain Pilot Died 1998.

C78a5

C78a5


Price: 19.95

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40th Anniv Battle of Britain Biggin Hill Signed 4 Battle of Britain & Luftwaffe Pilots Crew
17 May 1980 BFPS 1657 40th Anniv Battle of Britain Biggin Hill Air Fair Flown in The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight RAF Coningsby in Lancaster PA 474 during their Display at the Biggin Hill Air Fair.
Personally signed by
Frederick Korner Knight's Cross Luftwaffe fighter pilot Joined the 2./JG27 in North Africa in July 1941, where he learned much from Marseille and soon became a very successful fighter pilot in the area. On 4.7.1942 he was shot down in aerial combat and was taken prisoner. Total of about 250 missions, 36 victories in North Africa
A G Russell 43 & 145 Squadrons Battle of Britain fighter. Joined 43 Squadron at Usworth 28 th September 1940.
Alan W Gear 32 Hurricane Sqn, Battle of Britain fighter pilot
Avis Hearn awarded M M for Bravery, WAAF during Battle of Britain whilst under stuka attack on poling radar station Aug 1940
P Ayerst flew in Battle of Britain and had confirmed victories

C79a

C79a


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17 Sep 80 BFPS 1717 40th Anniv of RAF Swanton Morley.40th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Cover. Flown in Mosquito

C79b

C79b


Price: 1.75

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Crew Signed.

C79c

C79c


Price: 8.25

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Special Signed.G.C.Unwin Battle of Britain pilot & WWII Ace.(13) destroyed & Miller

C79a8

C79a8


Price: 75.00

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As C79a But Signed by 8 Battle of Britain Pilots, C Warren 152 Sqn,R Watson 87Sqn Died 1986, C F Currant 605 Sqn Ace, R E Havercroft 92 Sqn, J G Millard 1 & 242 Sqn's P H Fox 56 Sqn,D H Grice 32 Sqn Ace,Died 1999, A V R Johnstone 602 Sqn,

C79aT

C79aT


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as C79a but with added 2 8p definative Stamps postmarked 5 Mar 1986 RAF Post Office Biggin Hill and Signed by Wg Cdr Stanford Tuck who was OC 257 Squadron during the Battle of Britain and credited with 18

C79aX

C79aX


Price: 0.60

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40th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Spitfire & Hurricane miniature only

C79aBJ

C79aBJ


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40th Anniv Battle of Britain Signed Battle of Britain G Johns Pilot, & Air Gunner
40th Anniv Battle of Britain Signed 2 Battle of Britain Pilot, Air Gunner.
17 Sep 80 BFPS 1717 40th Anniv of RAF Swanton Morley.40th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain Cover. Flown in Mosquito.
Personally Signed 2 Battle of Britain Pilot & Air Gunner.
George B Johns 229 Hurricane Sqn Battle of Britain fighter pilot Died 1991.
G W Benn 219 Sqn Air Gunner Battle of Britain. Details enclosed

C79a14

C79a14


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Signed 13 Pilots, Crew, WAAF Involved in Battle of Britain G W Benn 219 Sqn Air Gunner,Plt Off Peter Ayerst Pilot,Alan W Gear 32 Sqn, pilot,Trevor Gray 64 Sqn Sqn pilot J A A Gibson 501 Sqn Pilot,John Booth 600 & 23 Sqdn’s Sqn Air Gunner,A G Russell 43 & 145 Sqns Pilot Gp Capt A.Ingle 605 Sqn ( was imprisoned in Stalag Luft 3 ), Flt Lt R.Wolton 153 Sqn Pilot Died 1993 , Peter Raymond Hairs 501 Sqn pilotGp Capt F.R.Carey 43 Sqn, Battle of Britain,Squadron Leader Percival Beake Pilot 64 Sqn,Richard Haine No 25(F) Sqn 4 Sep 1939 First Blenheim fighter patrol of War.Air Chief Marshal Sir Dennis ( Graham ) Smallwood, Fighter Pilot WW11. "

C79a9

C79a9


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As C79a Signed 8 Pilots, Crew, WAAF Involved in Battle of Britain Plus 1K C Edwards was at Stalag Luft 111 inmate help carry the wooden Horse and joined the Gymnasium class Air Gunner 600 Sqn, Z T A Wrobleski 302 Sqn Pilot Died 1995,Wg.Cdr.G.L.Sinclair pilot with 19 Sqn & 310 ( Czech ) WW11 Ace 9Sqn Ldr J G P Millard 1 & 242 Sqn's Pilot,Sgt.R.Wolton pilot 152 Sqn Died 1993,Plt Off Peter Ayerst Pilot ,Alan W Gear 32 Sqn pilot,John Booth 600 & 23 Sqdn’s Air Gunner."